For the investor looking to acquire a well-stocked, nearly pure timberland investment, Woods Hill is worth a close look. Located in the southwestern New Hampshire town of Winchester, this 353±-acre tract offers an excellent timber resource, good internal access, and modest recreational appeal for a potential off-grid cabin site. A small seasonal brook, meandering stone walls, and old cellar holes add to the land’s aesthetic qualities. The land has a predominantly northwest aspect with rich mid-slope soils that are very suitable for timber growth. Based on a detailed timber inventory conducted in May 2019, the property is carrying approximately 34.4 gross cords/commercial acre of standing timber. More specifically, there is an estimated 1,849 MBF of veneer, sawtimber, and pallet, as well as 8,170 cords of pulpwood. Red oak and white pine account for nearly 70% of the sawtimber stocking. It is also notable that approximately 92% of the standing volume was classified as acceptable growing stock in the timber inventory. This bodes well for the long-term viability of this well-stewarded timberland investment opportunity. The property is accessed via a gravel legal right-of-way off Burt Hill Road. All of the land is enrolled in New Hampshire’s Current Use Taxation with annual taxes of $650±. Woods Hill lives up to its name and presents an excellent opportunity to invest in a high-quality New Hampshire woodlot.

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